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John Wallworth ( 1636 - 1709 )

 

 

12.     JOHN WALLWORTH  (of Thomas3 , of Thomas2 , of Thomas1 ) was christened October 9, 1636 in St. Helen church, Witton, Cheshire, England.  The entry says “Octob Johannes fil Thoma Wallward – 9”.  According to his age at death, 74 in 1709, he would have been born 1635.

John Wallworth was probably born in Norley, Frodsham parish, Cheshire or in the area of Witton chapelry.  Witton is a chapelry in Great Budworth parish and it is the church where the town of Northwich is located.  Northwich is a few miles from Norley.

It is not clear if the parents lived in Witton chapelry area or they just had their children baptized there but still lived in Norley.

 

Father:     Thomas Wallworth            (No.6)

Mother:    Cybil        --- ? ---

 

Notes:

1st. -- Since we do not know when Thomas Wallworth married his wife Cybil, we cannot be certain if she was the mother of John.

 

From the Churchwarden’s Account records for the church of St. Lawrence, Frodsham, we have the following:

1659  - “1659 Disburst By mee Henery Harps churchwarden: ....”  “pd To Tho: Wallworths Sone for a fox head  - 00-01-00”.

1662  - “Aprill the 20th 1662.  Overseers for the poore of our pish elected ….”  “Kingsley John Walworth…”

 

So the above 1662 record shows that by then John moved from Norley to Kinglsey, Frodsham parish, Cheshire.

 

John Wallworth married 1st. MARGARET SPARKE a widow on June 17, 1662

 

Before the marriage, from the Cheshire Marriage Act Book:

June decimo septimo 1662 Johem Walworth de Frodsham et Margareta Sparke, vidua.

 

Also from the Churchwarden’s Account records for the church of St. Lawrence, Frodsham, we have the following:

1664  - “1664.  Arreares of churchleys as followes ….”  “John Walworth  0 0 2”

1665  - “Ano 1665 Returnes of what ch: leys are in arreares & unpayd as followes ….”  “Kingsley ….  John Wallworth 0-0-2”

1666  - “Februarie the 24. 1666  Wee the representatives of ffrodsham parish whose names are underwritte being assembled in the parish church ye day & yeare abovesaid doe grant unto our present ch: wardens a ley of xxd the pound to be levied uppo all such parishioners as are chargable with churchleys : witnes our hands: …”  “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1666  - “1666.  Arrears of Church leys unpayd for the yeare above said…”   “John Wallworth  0 1”

1667 - “April the 8th - 1667 Wee representatives for the parish of Frodsham whose names are under written be in assembled in the parish church for the hearing of the last yeares wardens accompts and election of new wardens…”  “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1667 - “April the 25th - 1667.  Wee the representatives of the parish of ffrodsham being convened in the pish doe grant a ley of xxd the pound to bee levyed uppo all psons in our parish chargable with churchleys and to be received by our prsent church wardens witnes our hands:”   “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1667/1668 - “March the 22d 1667 Wee the representatives of the parish whose names are underwritten being satisfied of the inconveniences that doe arise by the returning of psons in arreares as to the churchleys from them …”  “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1671 - There was an entry in the church wardens’ account book that was crossed out that mentioned John Wallworth.

1673 - “1673….”  “Overseers for ye poore” “…Norley John Walworth”

1674 - “April the 20th 1674.  We the vicar, and parishioners of Frodsha parish being assembled in the parish church the day & yeare above written about the occasions of the same, and in pticuler about the receiving of the accompts of the present churchwardens & election of new ones to succeed them in the said office, doe nominate & elect for church wardens for the yeare 1674 Abraham Garratt John Wallworth”.

1674 - “April the 23th We the Witness [   ] of [   ] of the parish of Frodsha whose names are underwritten being assembled in [our] Parish church about the affaires of the sd parish doe [grant] to our newly this day elected churchwardens A.G. & J.W. one churchley of 3d-4d the pound to levyed uppon & collected from all parishioners chargable…”

1674 - “May the 3th 1674 Receved then from Tho: Cooke the old church warden one pound seaven shillings being a parte of Alderman Walls Leagasey towardes boying of bread -- by us Abraham Garrat John Wallworth”.

1674 - “vicessimoquinto die May 1674 Whereas there was an Order made the 11th day of April 1664 by the representatives of the parish of Frodsha for the renewing and rectifying of the aunlient Rentall of the same parish which remaines …”.  “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1674 - “Colected ye 21th of June 1674 att the parish church of fradsham for Tho: Wakering the [sume] shillings & eleven pence by us … Abraham Garrat John Wallworth … Left the same day in the Clarkes hands”.

1674 - “July the 12th 74 Colected the same day upon a breese for the use of Mr Gibbens a minister Eight Shillings tew pence by us …. Abraham Garratt John Wallworth / church wardens”  “…given to the vicer”.

1674 - “August the 30th 1674.  Recd then from John Adamson of Alvandley late Churchwarden the Sume of five pounds sixteen shillings and five pence - 5 - 16 - 5  By me one of the Churchwardens John Wallworth”.

1674 - “Anno Domini 1674 The accompts of us Abraham Garrat and John Wallworth Churchwardens for the pish of Frodsham from Easter 74 to 75 …”

“John Wallworth his receipts …..”  which listed the receipts of money that John Wallworth collected as churchwarden.

“Disbursed by J. Wallworth….” which listed six pages of items paid out and expenditures that John Wallworth made as churchwarden.

1675 - “Easter Monday Aprill 5th 1675 We, the vicar of our pish with the gentlemen and other pishioners whose names are under written being convenened in the parish church about the affaires of the parish and amongst other things about the election of Churchwardens to succeed those present ones …”   “John Wallworth” was one of the signers.

1675 - “More disbursed by John W. Since the publishing of accompts….”  It listed several items of disbursements that John Wallworth made.

1675 - “April the 15th - , 1675.  The accompts of the Churchwardens A.G. and J.W. being [     ] by us whose names are underwritten doe find that wheras John Walworth his disbursements were published to be tenne pounds or thereabouts [   ] of his receipts uppon deliberate examination we find that there reman in his handes due to the parish foure pounds and eighteen shillings where [   ] is to be deducted tenne shillings and a penny which Jonathan Whitbie is in arrears for his churchleys, and that he hath collected in Alvanley [    ] [also] 4 due uppon Rylletts from paupers which have formerly been allowed Soe that there [rest] in his hands 4-3-11…”.

1675 - “Anno Domi 1675.  The accompts of William Witter, and Tho: Smalshowe Church wardens of the parish of ffrodsham…”

“Recd. more of John Wallworth 00-11-06”

1675 - “Ano Dom 1675:  An accompt of what I Tho: Smalshowe have recd and disbursed within the tyme of my wardenshipp and first for my receipts as followes”

“Imprim. received from John Wallworth late Warden Aprill 15.  01-10-00”

“Recd. more of the same J. Wallworth 00-11-06”

1678 - “Aprill ye first 1678 ….”  “Wee the the Representatives of the parish doe also at [   ] same [   ] nominate for overseers for [   ] poore….”  “Norley… John Walworth”.

1678 - “Anno Domini 1678.  Disbursed by me Rich: Stretch Churchwarden of the parish of ffrodsham as followeth …”  “Spent the 13 of June when John Wallworth paid in 10l  for ye use of ye poore to ye ffeoffies of ye parish 0-1-0”.

1678 - “1678.  Disbursed by me Tho: Widdens as followes: …”  “Itm spent the day that John Wallworth payd in the moneye doe from him to the parish 00-01-00”.

1680 - “1680 … For Overseerseer (sic) of the poore we nominate…”  “… for Norley John Wallworth & Peter Widdens…”.

[Date not certain, ca. 1680 or after] - “Others in arreares”  “John Walworth   0-0-1”.

 

Somewhere in the period between the 1670’s to the 1680s, John Wallworth and his family joined the Society of Friends (Quakers).

 

Margaret Wallworth died in Norley and was buried August 6, 1685 (6 day 6 month 1685) in Newton, Cheshire.  The burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

The burial was also recorded in the Parish register of St. Lawrence church, Frodsham dated August 6, 1685.

 

Jon:  “Walwoth” was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Thomas Williamson of Cruewoodhall, Cheshire, yeoman and Elizabeth Sarrot of Crowton, Cheshire, widow at the meeting house in Newton, Cheshire on April 12, 1687 (12th day 2d month “caled april” 1687).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Jon: Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Joseph Littlemore of Kingsley, Cheshire, gunmaker and Hanna Williamson of Cruewoodhall in ye sd County, spinster in the meeting house at Newtone, Cheshire on April 12, 1687 (12th day 2d month 1687).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

John married 2nd. to BARBARA EDWARDS on July 14, 1687 (14 day 5 month 1687) at Newton, Cheshire.

The marriage entry, in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting, mentions:

“Whereas John Walworth of Norley in the County of Chestr yeoman and Barbury Edwards of Kingsley in the said county spinster….. this fforeteenth day of the ffiff Month (called July) in the yeare of [ord:] Lord one thousand six hundred Eighty & Seven….. at theire publique Meeting house att ffranley in the County aforesaide”

Barbara Edwards was born ca. 1657 base on the age of “about 86” mentioned in her death record of 1743 (see below).

 

John Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Hugh Pulford of [Crewd] Hall, Cheshire, Husbandman and Ellin Williamson of the Aforesaid place and county spinster at the meeting house in Newton, Chester  on April 12, 1688 (12th day of the 2d Month called Aprill 1688).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

John Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Thomas Rushton of Ashton, Cheshire, Husbandman and Ellen ffleetwood of Ashton, spinster at the public meeting house in Newton, Cheshire on April 11, 1689 (Eleventh. day of the 2d Month: Commonly called Aprill in nthe year according to the English Account 1689).   The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

John Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Joseph Shalcroft of Preston on the Hill near Halton, Cheshire, Taylor and Katherine Dunbabin of Acton, Cheshire, spinster at the meeting house in Newton, Cheshire on January 11, 1690/1691 (iith day iith month 1690) (meaning 11th day of 11th month).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

Between the mid 1690’s and 1697, John and Barbara Wallworth moved to Appleton, Cheshire.

 

John Wallworth was one of those present at the marriage of Thomas Minshall (son of John Minshall) of Appleton, Cheshire, shoemaker and Martha Carbuck (daughter of Richard Carbuck) of Penketh, Lancashire, spinster at the public meeting house in Penketh on April 24, 1696 ( four and twentieth day of the second month 1696).   The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of Hardshaw Monthly Meeting.

John Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Samuell Towers of Croton, Cheshire, Husbandman and Mary Grimesdich of Overwhitley, Cheshire, spinstr. at the public meeting place at ffranly, Cheshire on September 19, 1698 (19th day 7th month “called Septembr. 1698).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

John Wallworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Joseph Heath of Seaven Oakes in the Lordship of Over Whitly, Cheshire, wheelwright and Mary Scarrow of ffrandly, Cheshire, spinster at the public meeting house at ffrandly on August 8, 1699 (8th day 6th month. “cald August” 1699).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

John Wallworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Peter Lecester of Lostock Gralam, Cheshire, Husbandman and Katherine Pownall of Witton street near Northwich, Cheshire, spinster at the public meeting house at ffrandley, Cheshire on September 26, 1700 (26th day 7th month “September” 1700).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Barbara Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Joshua Minshall of Penketh, Lancashire, shoemaker and Margaret Barrow of Great Sankey, Lancashire, spinster at the public meeting house in Penketh on April 22, 1701 (twenty second day of the second month, called Aprill, 1701).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of Hardshaw Monthly Meeting.

John Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of John James of Wrexcham, Denby, Dier and Mary Higinson of Warrington, Lancashire at the public meeting house in Penketh, Lancashire on February 19, 1701/1702 (19th day 12th month: “called ffebruary” 1701).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Another entry of the same event was recorded

John Wallworth was one of those present at the marriage of John James of Wrexham, Denbigh, Wales, Dyer, and Mary Higginson of Warrington, Lancashire, spinster at the public Meeting house in Penketh, Lancashire on February 19, 1701/1702 (Nineteenth day of the twelfth month, called ffebruary 1701).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of Hardshaw Monthly Meeting.

John Walworth and Mary Walworth were two of the witnesses at the marriage of Isaach Dunbabin of Over Walton, Cheshire, Taylor and Eliz: Minshall of Appleton, Cheshire, spinster at the public meeting place at ffranley, Cheshire on May 8, 1705 (8th. day 3d. month: “called May” 1705).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

John Wallworth died at the age of 74 on December 15, 1709 (15 day 10 month 1709) at Appleton, Cheshire and was buried at Whitley, Cheshire on December 19, 1709 (19 day 10 month 1709).  The death and burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

Barbara Wallworth of Appleton, widow, died on April 8, 1743 (8 day 2 month 1743) at the age of about 86 years and was buried at Over Whitley, Cheshire on April 11, 1743 (11 day 2 month 1743).  The death and burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MARGARET WALLWORTH

 

20.          JANE WALLWORTH   christened November 19, 1663 in St. Lawrence church, Frodsham.  There was a Jane Wallworth who married Ralph Wood on January 27, 1689 (1689/1690 ? ) at Great Budworth, Cheshire.

 

21.         JOHN WALLWORTH   christened  May 1, 1665 in St. Lawrence church, Frodsham.  John died at the age of 20 years in Norley and was buried September 14, 1685 (14 day 7 month 1685) at Newton.  The burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

The burial was also recorded in the Parish register of St. Lawrence church, Frodsham dated September 14, 1685.

 

22. +      THOMAS WALLWORTH  christened January 1, 1666/1667 in St. Lawrence church, Frodsham.  Thomas married 1st. Elizabeth Merrick. and 2nd. Martha  ---- ? -----.

 

 

 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND BARBARA (EDWARDS) WALLWORTH

 

23.          MARY WALLWORTH    was born April 13, 1688 (13 day 2 month 1688) at Norley, Cheshire.  The birth record was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.   Mary Wallworth was never married.

 

John Walworth and Mary Walworth were two of the witnesses at the marriage of Isaach Dunbabin of Over Walton, Cheshire, Taylor and Eliz: Minshall of Appleton, Cheshire, spinster at the public meeting place at ffranley, Cheshire on May 8, 1705 (8th. day 3d. month: “called May” 1705).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Mary Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Jacob Dunbabin of Crowton, Cheshire, shoemaker and Mary Peacock daughter of Samuell Peacock of Witton street near Northwich, Cheshire at the public meeting house in ffranley, Cheshire on November 12, 1706 (12th: day of Novembr. 1706).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Mary Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Thomas Rawland of Acton, Cheshire, yeoman and Rebeccah Boulton of Newton, Cheshire, spinster at the public meeting place at ffranley, Cheshire on February 16, 1709/1710  (16th. day of ye 12th: month: 1709).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Mary Wallworth  was one of the witnesses at the marriage of her brother John Wallworth and Katherine Clare at the public Meeting house in Penketh, Lancashire, England on April 24, 1741 (Twenty fourth day of the second month called Aprill 1741).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of Hardshaw Monthly Meeting.

 

Mary was the executrix of her brother John Wallworth’s Will which was signed in 1759 and proved in 1765.  John was a cheesefactor living in Appleton, Cheshire.  In the Will, John Wallworth gives to his sister, Mary, the estate to hold until her death and then it would go to their nephew Joseph Savage.

Mary was 77 years old in 1765.  When the brother’s Will was proven in 1765, it is mentioned “The within named Mary Wallworth being of ye sect called Quaquer”.

 

Mary Wallworth died at the age of 86 years in Appleton, Cheshire on July 31, 1774 (31 day 7 month 1774) and was buried August 3, 1774 (3 day 8 month 1774) at Over Whitley, Cheshire.  The death and burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Mary was a member of the Society of Friends all her life.

 

 

24.          MARTHA WALLWORTH   was born January 1, 1689/1690 (1 day 11 month 1689)  at Norley, Cheshire.   The birth was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Martha died in Appleton, Cheshire at the age of about 11 years on August 2, 1700 (2 day 6 month 1700) at Appleton, Cheshire and was buried at Whitley, Cheshire on August 5, 1700 (5 day 6 month 1700). The death and burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

 

25.          HANNAH WALLWORTH   was born September 12, 1693 (12 day 7 month 1693) at Norley, Cheshire.  The birth was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Hannah was almost 3 months old when she died and was buried December 6, 1693 (6 day 10 month 1693).  The burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

 

26.  x     JOHN WALLWORTH   was born June 27, (1695  ? ) at Norley, Cheshire.

The Quaker record in the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting says “John Sonn of John & Barbery Walworth of Norley” was born 27 day 4 mo. 1675.

This must be an error since John didn’t marry Barbara until 1687.  The Cheshire & Staffordshire Society of Friends listing of births is compiled from the separate meeting house records.  So a check of the specific meeting house record may solve this issue.

John Wallworth married Katherine Clare.

 

 

27.  +  SARAH WALLWORTH   was born November 16, 1697 (16 day 9 month 1697) at Appleton, Cheshire.  The birth was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.  Sarah married Thomas Savage.

 

 

28.       JOSEPH WALLWORTH  was born April 27, 1702 (27 day 2 month 1702) at Appleton, Cheshire.  The birth was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

Joe: Walworth was one of the witnesses at the marriage of Edward Ryder of Stockport, Cheshire, [Bodges] maker and Mary Jackson of Stockport, spinster at the public meeting house in Stockport on March 8, 1712/1713 (8th day of the 1st month “called March” 1712).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

Joseph Wallworth  was one of the witnesses at the marriage of his brother John Wallworth and Katherine Clare at the public Meeting house in Penketh, Lancashire, England on April 24, 1741 (Twenty fourth day of the second month called Aprill 1741).  The marriage is recorded in the Quaker records of Hardshaw Monthly Meeting.

 

Joseph Wallworth died at the age about 53 years in Appleton on January 19, 1755 (19 day 1 month 1755) and was buried January 21, 1755 (21 day 1 month 1755) at Over Whitley, Cheshire.  The death and burial was recorded in the Quaker records of the Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting.

 

 

 

Sources:

1.     Parish registers for the Chapelry of St. Helen church, Witton, Cheshire, England.  FHL British Film 2094290  Items 2-6.  Christenings Image No. 508 1636 Johannes Wallward. Extracted on December 19, 2006 Tuesday.

2.     Bishop’s transcripts for St. Lawrence church in Frodsham, Cheshire, England.   FHL British Film 1655670 item 2.   Wallworth baptisms, marriages, burials.  Extracted in the early 1980’s.

3.     Churchwardens’ accounts 1609-1756 for St. Lawrence church, Frodsham, Cheshire, England.  FHL British Film 2104765 items 2-8.  For John Wallworth (1636-1709)  Years & Image Nos.:  1659 - 549, 551; 1665 - 673, 674; 1662 - 615; 1664 - 652, 653; 1666 - 678, 689, 690 (leftside pg. 105); 1667 - 690 (rightside pg. 106), 702, 710; 1674 - 781; 1671 - 784; 1673 - 805; 1674 - 809, 820, 822, 825, 826, 830, 831, 832 L&R, 833 L&R, 834 leftside ; 1675 - 834 rightside, , 835, 836 L&R, 843, 850; 1678 - 880, 886, 887, 892, 894; 1680 - 910; [ca1680 or after] - 951.  Searched and Extracted starting December 7, 2006 Thursday.

4.     Parish registers for St. Lawrence church in Frodsham, Cheshire, England.  FHL British Film 2104547  Items 6 - 11.  Christenings:  1663 Jane Wallworth, 1665 John Walworth, 1666/1667 Thomas Wallworth.  Wallworth entries extracted in the early 1980’s.  Reviewed October 24, 2006 Tuesday and November 4, 2006 Saturday.

5.     Parish registers for St. Lawrence church in Frodsham, Cheshire, England.  FHL British Film 2104547  Items 6 - 11.  Burials 1685 Margarett Wallworth, 1685 John Walworth.  Wallworth entries extracted in the early 1980’s.  Reviewed October 24, 2006 Tuesday and November 4, 2006 Saturday.

6.    Cheshire Marriage Act Book.  FHL (G.S.) Film 1885391.  John Wallworth & Margaret Sparke.  Extracted July 30, 1996.

7.    Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting Society of Friends. FHL British Film 814836.  No. 217. Births 1648-1793, Public Record Office reference RG6 1035, Pg. 21 (13) 1675 John Walworth, Pg. 31 (18) 1688 Mary Wallworth, Pg. 31 (18) 1689 Martha Walworth, Pg. 35 (20) 1693 Hannah Walworth, Pg. -- (22) 1697 Sarah Wallworth, and Pg. 45 (24) 1702 Joseph Wallworth.  Wallworth entries extracted November 29, 1995 and reviewed August 19, 2006 Saturday.

8.    Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting Society of Friends. FHL British Film 814836.  No. 218.  Death/Burial 1655-1782, Public Record Office reference RG6 1037, Pg. 45 (23) 1685 Margarett Walworth, Pg. 45 (23) 1685 John Walworth, Pg. 61 (31) 1693 Hannah Walworth, Pg. 75 (38) 1700 Martha Wallworth, Pg. 103 (52) 1709 John Wallworth, Pg. 219 (110) 1743 Barbara Wallworth, Pg. 255 (128) 1755 Joseph Wallworth, Pg. 303 (152) 1774 Mary Wallworth.  Wallworth entries extracted November 29, 1995 and reviewed August 19, 2006 Saturday.

9.    Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting Society of Friends. FHL British Film 814836.  No. 219. Marriages 1667 to 1721, Public Record Office reference RG6 1256, 1687 Marriage of John Walworth and Barbury Edwards Pg. 81 (66).  Wallworth entries extracted November 29, 1995, and reviewed August 24, 2006 Thursday.

10.    Cheshire (and Staffordshire) Quarterly Meeting Society of Friends. FHL British Film 814836.  No. 219. Marriages 1667 to 1721, Public Record Office reference RG6 1256, John Wallworth as a witness Pg. 85 (70) 1687, Pg. 86 (71) 1687, Pg. 89 (72B) 1688, Pg. 99 (79B) 1689, Pg. 109 (87) 1690, Pg. 142 (117) 1698, Pg. 145 (---) 1699, Pg. 149 (123) 1700, Pg. 158 (131) 1701, John and Mary Wallworth as witnesses Pg. 181 (151) 1705, Mary Wallworth as a witness Pg. 188 (158) 1706, Pg. 202 (171) 1709, Joseph Wallworth as witness Pg. 219 (188) 1712.   Extracted August 24, 2006 Thursday.

11.    Society of Friends, Hardshaw Monthly Meeting (Lancashire and Cheshire) FHL British Film 584010.   Public Record Office reference RG6 1420.   John Wallworth as a witness Pg. 151 (80) 1696, Pg. 170 (  ) 1701, Barbara Walworth as a witness Pg. 164 (86B) 1701, Mary Wallworth as a witness Pg. 392 (206B) 1741, Joseph Wallworth as a witness Pg. 392 (206B) 1741.  May 1, 2007 Tuesday and also May 3, 2007 Thursday 8:59 AM.

12.    1765   Will of John Wallworth, Cheesefactor of Appleton, Cheshire.  Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service.  Received September 9, 2004 Thursday.

 

 

Last updated September 1, 2008 Monday 3:12 PM

Researched and Compiled by William Wallworth

 

 


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